Scary plumbing issues
Happy Halloween from everyone here at Plumbing Utah Heating & Air. Since today is a special day we wanted to bring our own style of fright to you. Below are some of your plumbers worst nightmares, try to not get too scared.
An overflowing toilet
Don’t get us wrong. Our plumbers love their trade and put a lot of pride in their jobs. That being said one of the scariest things about being plumber is dealing with human waste. For home and business owners one of the most haunting plumbing nightmares comes from a clogged toilet that is overflowing. How do you protect your family from these evil spirits? This first step is to call a local, trusted drain cleaning company. After the issue has been fixed make sure your family and guests know to not flush anything down the toilet that is not meant to be there.
A leaking water pipe
The most spine-chilling thing about leaking pipes is that they can wreak havoc silently until signs of their damage can be noticed. Pipes lurk behind walls, under sidewalks, in your basement, below your home and under sidewalks, driveways, and concrete. You are surrounded by pipes in your home or business, so keep your pipes happy to avoid leaks. In order to protect your home or business, we suggest regularly checking areas of your property that are not frequently visited. Check your water pressure and utility bill if you suspect something is wrong. We can also help provide 24-hour leak security by installing the latest leak prevention technology. These sensors will immediately shut off your water at the first sign of a leak, you can even do this manually on your mobile phone through a handy app.
Issues with a water utility
The last spooky plumbing issue to keep an eye open for deals with your water utilities. Most of the time your washer, water heater, water softener, and boiler are dependable and do their job without issue. However, these trusty machines can take a sharp turn for the worse, creating a real plumbing nightmare. You can keep sinister specters at bay by making sure that you regularly maintain these units. Make sure you flush your water heater to avoid sediment build up. Inspect your water heater and water softener to ensure that small leaks have not occurred around pipes and fittings.
We are here to help
Remember if the nightmare gets too real this Halloween our plumbers and technicians are here. If you need a plumber to help save you from a haunted drain, a possessed pipe or an evil water main line call us today at (801) 601-1298 for immediate assistance.
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Plumbing Utah Heating & Air
Phone: (801) 601-1298
8300 700 E Suite D,
Sandy, UT 84070